The state of mind referred to as hypnosis may be brought about either by oneself, unaided (self-hypnosis) or with the help of another person. If this other person is a trained professional, who utilises the resultant state of mind to encourage beneficial change to occur, the process is referred to as “Hypnotherapy”.
Hypnotherapy has been used in different cultures through out the world in different forms for thousands of years. It could also be legitimately described as the original psychological therapy and somewhat more contentiously, as the basis for many of the more recent styles of psychological intervention.
Hypnotherapy is distinctive in that it attempts to address the client’s subconscious mind rather then the conscious mind. While in hypnosis the therapist frequently enlists the power of the client’s own imagination and may utilise a wide range of techniques to help the client to accept their suggestions at a deeper level than other ‘talking therapies’ can do, for instance, counselling.
While in a safe and deeper ultered state some gentle but powerful analytical techniques may also be employed in an attempt to uncover problems deemed to lie in a client’s past. It is necessary for the client to let go of in order to move on and achieve whatever they want, need or desire.
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